No pain – no gain
That’s what I believe is the only way forward fighting for the progress.
And the more pain you got, the more gain this will end up with. If you will be able to finish the road.
I’m starting to slowly understand why I do this all the time. Why spent hours in the gym falling weights from the weakened arms when body does not change similar to how it could be done doing usual body-building. Why move to the walls afterwards and climb using non-bending arms and legs? There is almost no difference on how do you fall – from 7c or 5b, failed one looks always the same. Why cycle kilometers over the crossed region or run on the field? Why, when there is no visible result?
In my opinion the answer is in the movement. Where there is a movement, there are changes. Where there are changes, there is an interest. Where there is an interest, there is a progress. And with the progress there is a real life.
So we fight against pain, against falls, but continue to move forward. To start new trace. New road. New problem. Just to solve it and make the next step.
And we move forward. And that’s great. I feel great.